Grizedale Arts

Job Vacancies

2 New posts working with Grizedale Arts, Coniston Institute and the Ruskin Museum in the middle of the Lake District of England.

The next phase of the development of one of Britain’s most interesting arts programmes putting the creative into the everyday.

Curator with responsibility for education

Full time – based in Coniston village £25- £28k

Project manager with responsibility for communications

Full time – based in Coniston village £25 - £28k

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The Honest Shop - Reopening!

Friday 27th March, 3 - 6pm

Join us for tea and cake to celebrate a new season of honesty, the most unique shopping experience, the best local products, and of course all your favourite cakes on offer once again.

Selling only locally produced products made by the village.. Fresh veg from the surrounding gardens and allotments, freezer meals made by the Youth Club, alpaca knitwear from a nearby farm, local home baking and much more...

All producers can set up shop from 9am this coming Friday, please pop in to get labels from Pippa

Buy Our Book Online

Kevin Reid performs (2003)Grizedale Arts - Adding Complexity to Confusion is a lavishly illustrated romp through the last decade of our projects and it's now available to BUY ONLINE HERE.

Coniston Community Easter Market

Where: The assembly hall Coniston Institute
When: 1- 7 April open 10am- 4pm

A wide variety of stalls selling local produce and crafts, soaps, locally grown wool, vintage, plants, books,
home baked goods, bric-a-brac and dolly birds jumble. Come and enjoy a tea and cake in the pop-up cafe
and join in with one of the craft activities.

Special Event - Harris Gallery Talk

Special event - Harold Offeh’s ‘The Varieties’

Harris Gallery, Preston

Saturday 28 March

Performances by: Mark Bleakey, Mexico, Harold Offeh, Florence Peake, plus a gymnast from City of Preston Gymnastics Club
Speakers: Adam Sutherland (Grizedale Arts), Gavin Wade (Eastside Projects), Harold Offeh, Clarissa Corfe

As part of Harold’s programme Adam Sutherland will be giving a talk – View from a Minotaur

in which he will try and remember some funny stories about performance and humour

The Shop At Howgill

The Shop at Howgill is now open, every Wednesday and Friday, from 10 - 2pm.

The Shop at Howgill is a children’s charity clothes shop based in Cleator Moor, made by the Howgill Family Centre, Grizedale Arts, The Coniston Institute and An Endless Supply. It provides a new space to purchase recycled and repurposed children’s clothes, alongside a workshop facility for the development new products. Read more about the project here

Grizedale Arts is made possible by the ongoing support of Arts Council England and South Lakeland District Council

Grizedale Arts is a partner of Tate, and exchanges programmes, ideas and skills with Tate and the Plus Tate family of visual arts organisations

Plus Tate